SO I decided to install an in-line catch can post PCV valve. I purchased all my materials at my local ace hardware store. Using a compressor’s water/air separator, and some 3/8ths inch fuel line, some fittings and ring clamps, I now have an inexpensive system to remove oil and other contaminates from re-entering the intake manifold and thereby helping to keep the upper engine assembly much cleaner for much longer. This should reduce the amount of buildup occurring on the throttle body, intake plenum, valves and from entering the combustion chamber.
Here is the water/air separator. I got it from ACE for like 25 bucks and removed the small filter that was in it. It has a bleed valve on the bottom so you can drain it, but its faster to just screw the bottom off and dump it out.
This second pics shows the entire assembly. From the PCV valve, to the catch-can, and back to its normal vacuum line.
I made my own mount out of a piece of sheet metal. The top of the catch-can had 2 pre-drilled holes, but I had to tap them out for the screws I had on hand.
The underside of the mount, I used industrial strength Velcro and It works great. Using Velcro, I am able to dismount the can with no tool and easily manipulate it to discard the oil inside.
Overall, I love it. It looks clean and well thought out. And best of all, If I want, I can remove the system VERY easily and attach the engine vacuum hose back to the PCV since I cut no hoses on the car itself. Peel the velcro off and Its like it was never there for those stealership checkups and whatnot.
Hopefully, This system will have proved beneficial in the long run since I plan on keeping this car till the wheels come off. By removing oil, This system should keep the engine cleaner and therefore less maintenance in the end.